UW Engineering offers a variety of programs for engineers to update skills, boost careers, or delve into new fields. Our degrees, certificates and courses are developed in partnership with regional industry leaders to give you access to important contacts and industry expertise.
The UW has minimum admission requirements for students seeking graduate degrees. In addition, each engineering department has their own requirements for admissions and application deadlines. See the various engineering graduate programs below and the Adviser Directory to find department contacts.
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Master of Science in Technology Innovation
The first dual degree, master's level program to be offered through Global Innovation Exchange (GIX) is designed to fuel innovation and foster collaborations on a worldwide scale. The UW and Tsinghua University program combines project-based learning in design thinking, technology development and entrepreneurship.
"Innovation requires you to understand users so you build the right thing, know enough about the technology to prototype it and demonstrate it, and know how to pitch it and convey its importance. This is going to be an intensive, integrated educational program in all these areas," said Shwetak Patel, chief technology officer for GIX and UW's Washington Research Foundation Entrepreneurship Endowed Professor in Computer Science & Engineering and Electrical Engineering.
Master of Science in Technology Innovation | Global Innovation Exchange | UW Today article
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Navigating Grad School as a Working Professional
Considering grad school? If you've been out of college a while, find out what it takes to get back in, what the application process is like and what you can expect during the admissions process and beyond. Learn more on the Professional & Continuing Education website.